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Monthly Archives: October 2020

After New York Times story on Chicago loan schemes, Trump blames city ‘politicians,’ says he is ‘smart guy’

[Chicago Sun-Times] Trump is on the defensive after the New York Times story about how he avoided loan payments and taxes on his Trump International Hotel & Tower, 401 N. Wabash Ave. WASHINGTON – A day after the New York Times story about President Donald Trump’s Chicago hotel and tower financial woes […]

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Justin Turner of Los Angeles Dodgers pulled from World Series after positive COVID-19 test

[ESPN] Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner tested positive for COVID-19 and was pulled from the team’s World Series-clinching 3-1 win in Game 6 against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night in Arlington, Texas. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed the positive test after the game, telling Fox: “It’s a bittersweet night for us.” Turner was 0-for-3 with […]

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Why You Should Stop Using Your Facebook Messenger App

[Forbes, Getty Images] If you’re one of the billion-plus people using Facebook Messenger, then you’d be well-advised to switch to an alternative. Unlike its Facebook stablemate WhatsApp, Messenger is missing the critical security required to protect your content from prying eyes. Everything you send on Messenger passes through Facebook servers […]

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First large-scale US Covid-19 vaccine trial reaches target enrollment of 30,000 participants

(CNN) Moderna, the first company to start US clinical trials of a Covid-19 vaccine, on Thursday finished enrolling all 30,000 of its participants. All 30,000 have received their first shot, and most of them have also received the required second shot. The company’s president says it’s now on track to […]

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My parents lived by 4 money rules that helped them buy land, give back to their community, and retire comfortably without debt

[Business Insider] My parents had four pillars that guided their financial decisions: invest in yourself, spend according to your values, march to the beat of your own drum, and give back to your community.These pillars helped them buy land and maintain a working farm that fed our family, grow their […]

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